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Sportsbook features plethora of NFL Draft props and seasonal NFL Betting
April 23, 2008
We know the Miami Dolphins will take Michigan Wolverines’ tackle Jake Long with the No. 1 pick, but how the rest of this weekend’s 2008 NFL Draft plays out remains a mystery.
Bdg is giving NFL betting fans a chance to get in on the action with a plethora of Prop Bets that range from which players will be taken with the 2nd through 10th selections, to which university will have the most draft picks.
As well, Bodog is offering Live Football Betting for the first round of the 2008 NFL Draft, allowing bettors to watch the draft on ESPN and wager as the proceedings unfold.
Among the many unique bets available is: Which ESPN NFL Analyst will have the most correct selections on their final 2008 NFL Draft 1st Round mock draft? Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay are both -120.
Or, Will Jerry Jones and the Dallas Cowboys draft a player from the University of Arkansas? Yes -130; No -110.
Another Prop bet that’s proving popular is: Which university will have more players drafted in the first three rounds? LSU, -150; Ohio State, +110.
Many bettors will opt to simply wager on the outcome of NFL picks 2 through 10. For example: Who will the Atlanta Falcons take with the No. 3 pick? Matt Ryan, 1-1; Glenn Dorsey, 1-1; Vernon Gholston, 9-1.
As well, Bodog has many variations on straightforward draft picking, like: Will the New England Patriots keep or trade the No. 7 overall pick? Trade Up, 3-1; Keep,
The Dolphins, the worst team in the NFL last season with a 1-15 record, announced Tuesday they had signed Long to a five-year contract with $30 million guaranteed, and that they’ll select him with the top pick in the NFL draft Saturday.
The draft starts at 3 pm ET on ESPN.
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